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Spring is Home Project Time

Spring is here, and many people are getting those home projects going again. Make sure you maintain a dust-free and healthy work environment. Browse our line of Wet+Dry and HEPA Vacuums, dust shrouds for hand tools, and other dust collection equipment.

DTadmin in Dustless Products on April 26 2014 » 0 comments

Contractors, HEPA Vacuums and EPA RRP Requirements

If you’re a contractor and involved in repair, renovation or painting (RRP) work using HEPA vacuums, watch this video for valuable information that could save you a heavy fine from the EPA for using non-compliant equipment for dust removal.

The Dustless Wet+Dry HEPA Vacuum is certified to meet or exceed EPA requirements of 99.97% minimum filtration efficiency of particles 0.3 microns in size.

After you watch the video, take a closer look at the Dustless Wet+Dry HEPA Vacuum on our website at:

Dustless Wet+Dry HEPA Vacuum (Part #16006)

DTadmin in Dustless Products on April 25 2014 » 0 comments

Dustless Featured in Home Improvement Executive Magazine

Dustless Technologies was featured recently in Home Improvement Executive magazine. The article was titled “Innovations in: Dust Collection Systems.”

This article discusses dust control offerings from several companies, including Dustless, and mentions our new Dustcontrol line about to be introduced in the USA. This line of mobile dust extractors is generally used in industrial or construction environments and provides regulation-compliant HEPA dust control. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to the release date.

To load and read the article, click on the image to the right.

DTadmin in Dustless Products on April 21 2014 » 0 comments

Paradise Concrete Solutions Adds Dustless Display

One of our new stocking dealers, Paradise Concrete Solutions, located in Paradise, PA, recently added a Dustless Product Display to their store. Their display consists of Dustless Vacuums and accessories and makes a great addition to any dealer inventory.

Here is what Levi, from Paradise Concrete Solutions says: “Paradise concrete solutions is a retail store catering to contractors installing concrete coatings. Partnering with Dustless Technologies enables us to be a one stop shop for coatings and dust collection”.

Dustless has several different product displays available, including a DustBubble Kit, Wet+Dry Kit, Wet+Dry Kit with Wheel, HEPA Kit, and a HEPA Kit with Wheel.

For more information on Dustless Product Displays, please check out our website page, located HERE

DTadmin in Dustless Products on April 18 2014 » 0 comments

BitBuddie Captures Dust & Slurry When Drilling

The BitBuddie dust shroud for drilling is able to capture dust and slurry created when DIYers or contractors are core drilling, using a percussion hammer or just cutting with a drywall saw. When attached to a Dustless vacuum, the suction is enough to keep the BitBuddie attached to a wall or ceiling hands-free, enabling the user to concentrate on the job at hand.

Let’s face it, a dust-free work environment not only makes the job easier, it is also better for your health. Watch the BitBuddie in this demo video, and see how easy it is to use.

For more information on the BitBuddie Dust Shroud for Drilling, click a link below:

BitBuddie for 1″ to 4″ diameter tools

BitBuddie for 4″ to 8″ diameter tools

DTadmin in Dustless Products on April 08 2014 » 0 comments

Customer Q&A: Wet Dry HEPA Vacuum Barrel Base Punctured

Here is a sample from one of our “Ask a Question” submissions.  Quite often, a quick DIY fix can solve a simple problem.

Question: While setting up my #16006 Wet+Dry HEPA Vacuum, I put the wrong foot on the barrel base and punctured it with the screw. Can I fill the hole from underneath with 2-part epoxy?

Answer: Good morning. Yes, I see no challenges with that small repair. If it’s water tight , you should be fine.

If you have a question about product assembly or proper usage, or anything else related to our products and services,  submit our Ask a Question form, and we’ll give you an answer ASAP.


DTadmin in Dustless Products on March 25 2014 » 0 comments

DustBuddie Dust Shroud for Hand Grinders – Just How Sturdy is it?

We’ve always claimed that our DustBuddie Dust Shroud is nearly unbreakable, since it’s made of a tough polycarbonate material. Well, here is a short video to show you what we’re talking about. We took a Jeep, weighing a ton and a half or more, and ran over a DustBuddie. The result … DustBuddie wins!! No cracks or damage whatsoever. What’s next? Maybe try it with heavy equipment or a giant boulder? Maybe not, but you get the picture. The DustBuddie is one tough dust shroud, and it is an excellent tool for controlling and collecting dust when connected to a hand grinder and vacuum. Watch the video and see the durability of the DustBuddie.

DustBuddie Dust Shroud for Hand Grinders

DTadmin in Dustless Products on March 19 2014 » 0 comments

Dustless Sander – Great Tool for Dust-Free Wall and Floor Sanding

Wall or floor sanding always creates a huge mess … dust and debris all over the floor and in the air. Makes for an unhealthy work environment. The Dustless Sander (Part # 50001), powered by your vacuum or by one of our vacuums, the Wet+Dry DustlessVac (Part # 16003), for example, is the ideal tool for maintaining an almost dust-free workplace. It can extend to 7 feet which lets you access difficult spots and can also be used as a hand sander, if necessary. Find out more about the Dustless Sander and Wet+Dry DustlessVac by clicking the links, and watch the video to see the sander in action.

Dustless Sander        Wet+Dry DustlessVac

DTadmin in Dustless Products on March 14 2014 » 0 comments

Check Out Our New Website

We’ve been working hard to re-design our website, and it just went live on March 1, 2014. Stop by and take a look at We’ll continue to make improvements to better serve our customers’ needs.

DTadmin in Dustless Products on March 02 2014 » 0 comments

Easy Safety Reminders While Enjoying the Comfort and Ambiance of a Fireplace

Fireplaces are comforting!

Cool weather means warm times by the fireplace! By following a few simple steps, you can reduce your chance of a fire hazard from a fireplace.

With the cooler temperatures moving in, it is that time of year when one of the best comforts of the day is relaxing by a crackling, warm fireplace. The original purpose of a fireplace was for warmth and reducing heating costs, however over the years they have evolved to add overall value and design aesthetics to a home, as well as creating fun family memories. Whether using a gas or wood-burning style fireplace, there are certain pre-cautions that must be taken to avoid any serious burns or fires.

According to the US Fire Administration, 36% of home fires every year are caused by heating fires. A majority of the fires are caused by creosote buildup in the chimney, which can be prevented with proper care and maintenance. Here are a few simple tips to remember the next time you light the fireplace.

  • Smoke Alarm – Proper smoke alarms should be a fundamental part of each room in every home. Smoke alarms should be tested a couple times a year to make sure it is in proper working condition. First Alert makes two models for smoke alarms, with easy wall or ceiling access for replacing the battery. Their products are available at most retail locations across the globe. Click here for more info:
  • Cleaning/Maintenance – Proper cleaning procedures must be followed to reduce the chance of creosote buildup. Depending on fireplace usage, it is important to clean the ashes out regularly. NEVER use a household vacuum or shop vacuum to clean out your fireplace. The only company that allows you to remove both warm and cold ash is Love-Less Ash Company. Their American-made and designed ash vacuums make the job faster and much cleaner than traditional ash vacuums. For more information visit
  • Glass Door Caution – Many fireplaces have glass doors with mesh screens protecting from the logs rolling and hot embers that could come from the fireplace. These glass doors can get hot very quickly. It’s a good idea to leave the mesh screen closed, and open the glass doors while burning a fire. This will aid in reducing the heat level of the glass doors, while protecting from the hot embers. It is especially important to make sure children and the elderly do not get close to a fireplace. A company that makes high quality glass door and mesh sparks is Stoll Fireplace. For more information visit
  • Chimney Inspection – It is important to annually have your chimney inspected by a certified professional. These specialists know what to look for to prevent danger, so it is important to use someone officially certified. One of the main organizations is the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA). To find a CSIA certified professional in your area, go to their website here

No one wants to come home to a house fire due to improper care and maintenance of a fireplace. By using these simple reminders, you can safely rest easy in your armchair by the fireplace.

DTadmin in LoveLess Ash Vacuum on December 20 2012 » 0 comments